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Seraph-Eden Boroditsky is a Winnipeg-based multidisciplinary artist, theatre administrator, Métis cultural educator and professional dancer, consultant, writer, and facilitator of Red River Métis and Ashkenazi descent who studied Native Studies and Sociology at the University of Manitoba. She has incorporated her education and life-long (inter) cultural, political, and community involvement — including over 11 years of facilitation and administration work and 20 years of social justice and community development work — to craft well-researched, in-depth and customizable Guided Conversations and cultural workshops.

Seraph has facilitated her anti-racism and reconciliation sessions, and cultural workshops with a variety of institutions and organizations including: Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (Wpg), Cushman & Wakefield Stevenson (Wpg), the University of Manitoba (Wpg), Acuity HR Solutions (Wpg), Balmoral Hall (Wpg), The Musical Stage Co. (TO), Shakespeare in the Ruins (Wpg), Prairie Theatre Exchange (Wpg), Alliance of Jewish Theatres (Intl) and more. She coaches individuals on their journey towards anti-racism, and acts as both an anti-racism, inclusion, and Indigenous consultant for several companies.